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State OKs Permit for US Army Corps Dump in Earleville; But No Dumping Until Construction Starts on New Cecilton Waterline

December 24, 2014

The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) has issued a six-month permit to the US Army Corps of Engineers to allow renewed dumping of shipping channel dredge spoil at the Pearce Creek site the Corps owns in southern Cecil County. But dumping could not resume until construction begins on a seven-mile water pipeline from...
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Posted in Business, cecil county, cecil county government, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Cecilton, chesapeake city, Elkton, Health, politics, real estate, Uncategorized | 9 Comments »

Drug Addict Facility Triples Size of Earleville Site; Cecil County Planning Panel Hears Zoning Change; Ambo Issues Ignored

November 17, 2014

A Pennsylvania-based real estate developer who is seeking to create a “national” drug addict treatment hospital has boosted initial proposals that the facility would house 50 patients to a vastly expanded plan to build additional facilities on the rural Earleville site to house 150 in-patient drug addicted residents, according to documents filed with the...
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Cecil County Goes to the Polls: Strong Turnout Reported, Cecil Voters Decide Local, State Officials and Charter Questions

November 4, 2014

Cecil County voters went to the polls Tuesday in large numbers to select three members of the County Council, state Delegates and Senators, and local officials including Sheriff, as well as casting ballots on statewide offices. Reports of voter turnout showed strong and steady participation throughout the day. By 3 p.m., a total of...
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Posted in Barry Janney, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Cecilton, chesapeake city, Chris Sutton, county commissioner, Democrats, Elections, Elkton, governor, Martin O'Malley, Michael Smigiel, politics, Republicans, Uncategorized | No Comments »

Cecil County Chatter: Lights, Camera, Campaign; New Pet Rescue Trailer; Vino Veritas

May 8, 2014

Lights, Camera, Campaign: Broomell Mouths Off, Again When last we visited the election-year drama of Councilor Diana Broomell (R-4), she had toned down her act, under the watchful eye of a county Sheriff’s deputy summoned to a County Council worksession to keep the peace after she previously told another lawmaker to “shut up.” But,...
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Campaign 2014 Takes to the Towns in Cecil County Council Race

January 6, 2014

Cecil County Councilor Joyce Bowlsbey (R-2) launched her election campaign on Monday, touring the county’s towns to hear first-hand the concerns of the municipalities and pledging to give local communities a voice in Elkton. Bowlsbey, who was appointed to her Council seat last year by County Executive Tari Moore, will be standing for election...
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